When we are listening to peaceful chanting, or when the sound of bells makes our hearts fly up like a flock of doves from a steeple, it is easy to be present with the given moment, grateful and at peace. A moment later, however, our thoughts surge back to past and future. It is already a step forward in learning inner peace when we notice every time we slip out of the present. What is it that makes you most frequently lose your peace? Face it firmly. Name it clearly. This is an important step: Just to name what makes you lose your peace helps you regain it.
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